6 - 9 Months
In aesthetic medicine, Platelet Rich Plasma is one of the newest methods of non-surgical facial rejuvenation. It is used in the flaccid face and neck to stimulate the production of collagen and tighten the skin tissue, resulting in a more youthful, smooth and bright skin.
Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy can be used as preventive treatment in young skin or as a rejuvenation treatment in aging skin. PRP stops the aging process of skin promoting cell regeneration due to the high content of growth factors from platelets.
In aesthetic medicine Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) has the following functions:
Serve as a filling material
Smooths fine lines and wrinkles
Improves skin texture
Reduces pore size
Improves skin tone
Induces the production of new collagen
It is a simple outpatient technique that involves removing blood from the patient and extract the plasma that contains up to 5 times the normal concentration of platelets. After the centrifugation process and, with the addition of specific substances, platelet-rich plasma is injected into the face, neck and any other area of the body to be treated. When platelets are activated, they release all their growth factors.
Platelet Rich Plasma is an autologous preparation, non-toxic and non-allergenic. PRP does not require any prior preparation and is suitable for both men and women.
The results of this method of facial rejuvenation begin to appear on the early days and reached a peak between 20 and 30 days. They last approximately one year, reapplication is recommended after 4 to 6 months.
After Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy your face will look younger and your skin will look brighter and smoother. You may return to normal life without a single mark or scar.
Check out our PRP Injections Before & After Photo Gallery. Here you can view actual patient before and after pictures from plastic surgeons in Argentina. These photographs represent typical results, but we cannot guarantee the exact same result as the images below, since it varies depending on the patient.
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Last update: 12/10/2017 | Note: This information serves as support and does not replace your doctors opinion.